A North Dakota man has been sentenced to prison in a home invasion and burglary in which a grandmother was pistol-whipped while two small children hid upstairs. Michael Mario, of West Fargo, pleaded guilty Monday in Cass County Court to criminal conspiracy and burglary. A third charge of felony terrorizing was dropped.
Authorities say Mario and three others broke into the house in Chaffee, west of Fargo, in November. The 34-year-old Mario was sentenced to two years in prison.
Two other men -- 21-year-old Levi Melby and 18-year-old Scott Senger, both of Fargo -- have pleaded guilty in the case.
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